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What's the difference between "have to" and "will have to", I'm asking because I've been seeing many examples that "have to" used for talking about the future, i.e.: I have to work tomorrow.

Does "will have to" mean that "now there is no obligation/need to do sth in the future, but in the future the obligation/need will be created"?

and in this page is said that "will have to" is similar to must, meaning that we use it to say that in our opinion it's necessary for sb to do sth, is it true?

and do we use "must" to "tell sb what to do or not to do", what about "have to" in this sense?
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My feeling is that 'will have to' is often about a condition that has just come up and a decision is being made now about a future necessity. Other than that, no difference.

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stdDoes "will have to" mean that "now there is no obligation/need to do sth in the future, but in the future the obligation/need will be created"?
Exactly.

have to indicates that the obligation is already in effect.
will have to indicates that the obligation is going to come into effect.

Suppose someone asks you about a problem with an airline ticket:

Sorry. I don't know the answer to that. When you get to the airport, you'll have to go to the ticket counter and ask them.

You don't have to go to the ticket counter now. You're not even at the airport yet!

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std"will have to" is similar to must
If you are in North America, must is used for obligations almost exclusively in official language, as on signs:

RIGHT LANE MUST EXIT. (Road sign.)
Employees must wash their hands before returning to the kitchen. (Sign in a restaurant bathroom.)

In nearly all other cases obligation is expressed by 'have to', and 'must' indicates 'the only possible conclusion' (from some evidence).

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the will future is used for spontaneous decisions or weather forecasts , predictions

so i suppose you will have to adjust on these terms , i myself started getting problems with all those new rules when i entered 11th class.
yes, you are quite right..'will have to' generally implies that at some point in the future it will be required but not at the moment..and not 'will have to' but just 'have to' is almost similar to 'must' though there is a slight difference (for more http://learnenglishteens.britishcouncil.org/grammar-vocabulary/grammar-videos/have-must-and-should-obligation-and-advice )
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